I just received a 396 yesterday, and I thought I'd mention something that I found annoying, but not quite a dealbreaker. It's charge dock is 5V For most people, this is not a problem. Use the included wiring kit, and everything will be ok. Install, go, all is good. But the device will be hard wired to the bike. For every Garmin device I've had in the past, the charge dock has been 12V, so I took the wiring harness, stripped it to length, put a powerlet connector on it, and plugged it into a socket on the fairing or dash. Easy! This allowed me to take the mount off the bike if I wanted. The new wiring harness has a voltage transformer box at the end of 2ft of cable. It's bulky, and doesn't lend itself to attaching to a powerlet connector, unless I want a whole lot of extra cable on in my dash area. I though of stripping the wire and putting a usb connector on the end and use a powerlet to usb adapter... but soldering a usb connector is a whole lot more hassle compared to a powerlet connector. Anyway, now I will have to hardwire the power lead, and permanently keep the dock on the bike. There are worse things in the world. Besides that, it is a big upgrade from the old Montana 650T I was using. Fast, bigger screen, and some pretty useful new features. Overall, I think it's a great little device for the money.